News Letter


Publish on20-Nov-2014
Publish By : Barodaweb


Any Language: The .NET Framework enables custom software developers to use any programming language, and for applications written in any programming languages to integrate deeply with each other, enabling current development skills to go forward without retraining.

Less Code: The .NET Framework uses a highly componentized, plumbing-free design that enables developers to focus on writing business logic. Custom software developers don't need to write IDL or Registry code and ASP .NET, for example, includes dozens of controls that encapsulate common programmer tasks such as a shopping cart.

Reliability: The .NET Framework includes technologies to make applications more reliable. For example, memory, threads, and processes are managed by the .NET Framework to ensure that memory leaks don't occur. And ASP .NET monitors running Web applications and can automatically restart them at administrator-defined intervals.

Mobility: The .NET Framework makes large advances with regards to mobile devices. Integrated support for standards such as HDML and WML mean that applications built on the .NET Framework can target even cellular phones.

Manageability: The .NET Framework goes to incredible lengths to make it easy to deploy, run, and manage applications. From the "no-touch" deployment features that eliminate "DLL Hell," to the instrumentation built into every application designed for the .NET Framework, never has it been easier to keep applications alive and well.

Security: The .NET Framework includes an evidence-based security system designed for today's Internet environments. By collecting evidence about where an application came from, who created it, its digital signature, as well as what the application is trying to do and combining that evidence with a security policy, the .NET Framework's runtime environment can make very fine-grained decisions about whether to run an application. It can even "negotiate" with the application, for example, denying it the right to write to a protected directory and enabling the application to choose whether it will run without that permission.

Internet: The .NET Framework was designed from the ground up to be an Internet computing environment. Its deep support for Web services using SOAP gives unparalleled interoperability with non-Windows environments. Microsoft is committed to the vision of delivering software as a service, and Web services are central to that vision. Web services are applications that expose their features over the Internet (or intranet) using standard Web protocols such as HTTP and XML. The .NET Framework makes exposing an application's features like this as easy as writing a single word in a custom software developer's source code.

Usability: Windows 2000 focused on usability by end users. The .NET Framework brings that usability to all developers. It supports the integration of multiple programming languages in a way unimagined previously, enabling developers to choose the right programming language for the task at hand. All programming languages target a single, extensive, and extensible set of class libraries and are therefore able to integrate with each other as never before.

Data Access: As the rest of the .NET Framework was redesigned for the Internet, so was the data access system. ADO.NET, a significant rework of the ADO model, is designed for today's Web-based style of data access using XML and prepared for "disconnected" use with a high-speed local cache.

Hardware: The .NET Framework is designed to support not just the hardware of traditional Windows operating systems, but, with its sibling the .NET Compact Framework, also other smart devices such as mobile phones, enhanced televisions, and retail devices such as registers. The .NET Compact Framework is designed for downloading and running applications securely on a variety of CPUs and operating systems.

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ASP VS PHP benefits

ASP.NET is much, much faster to develop large applications in than PHP.

PHP is definitely more clean and concise than classic ASP (with vbscript or javascript), but it's a mess compared to C#, J#, or even VB.NET, which are the common languages used for ASP.NET apps. Is much better than PHP. is a framework and php is just a language. work with c# that provide better security

Asp.netis not platform dependent. It is also run in linux with mono framework

Benefits of .net over php

ASP.NET is generally faster than PHP (both on Window and on Linux servers) with the exception of File Copy and Attribute operations.

.NET programming has more advanced options like multi-threading, asynchronous requests etc. So when it comes to high end performance programming ASP would probably be a better choice.

ASP.Net is the next generation of Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP) technology platform. ASP.Net is superior to ASP in the following ways:

Compiled Code: ASP.Net provides greatly increased performance by running compiled versus interpreted code.

Language Support: While ASP supported VBScript (a subset of Visual Basic) and Jscript (a subset of Java), ASP.Net supports standard programming languages including Visual Basic, C# and C++.

Strict Coding Requirements: Developers are forced to adhere to strict coding standards. This promotes a professional engineering approach to ASP.Net application development and results in code that is generally less buggy than its ASP counterparts.

Event-Driven Programming Model: All ASP.Net objects on a Web page expose events that can be processed by ASP.Net code. Handling events such as Load, Click and Change via code reduces program complexity and increases organization.

Third-Party Controls: The ASP.Net community has been growing rapidly for the last two years. There is a large base of high-quality third-party controls that can be obtained to significantly speed up development time and reduce cost.

User Authentication: ASP.Net supports forms-based user authentication, including cookie management and automatic redirection of unauthorized logins. ASP.Net allows for user accounts and roles thus providing a high degree of granularity for controlling access to objects and pages.

Easier Configuration & Deployment: Configuration is done with plain text files which can be uploaded or changed while the application is running. There is no need to restart the web server to affect a change.

Object and Page Caching: ASP.Net objects and pages can be cached to dramatically increase performance. The caching system is very advanced, allowing you to specify what needs to be cached and what doesn't and when to recall the cached information rather than perform a new request.

Higher Scalability: ASP.Net has some great scalability features built into it, including maintaining session state across servers, and multi-processor load balancing.

Benefits of over php

As you all know, PHP is an open source language that will cost you only the hosting cost for application development. ASP.NET is a Microsoft technology where you will have to purchase the development environment which is Visual Studio. There are many advantages that I have seen in ASP.NET over PHP although I am very much into PHP development.

Ease of development

Development is always easy with the available server controls in ASP.NET apart from the user controls. This makes data management very much efficient and reduces the coding effort. These controllers are inbuilt available with Visual Studio and no need of finding them as external plugins. For example, a table with editing, deleting and insertion abilities is just a drag and drop of a server control named grid view. Comparatively, a PHP developer will have to give an effort for few hours to get this done.

Master Pages to Improve Efficiency

Master pages provide the facility to reduce code weight of your application as well as speedup the application execution when a same content part is available for different pages. The required and include functions in PHP provide the facility to reduce code weight but that does not make any sense for the server level speedup.

You Got Your Source with You

In PHP, the only available option for hosting the application is copying the files of the project to the server. ASP.NET makes the same functionality available with hosting only the register dlls in the server, which keeps your source code with you. This improves the security of the code for certain extend. Form the developer's perspective; it saves your copyrights with you. Someday your source code will worth you more than the developed application.

Same Pricing Levels

Early days, a major drawback there was with ASP.NET was that the higher price levels that could not be afforded by the small organizations. Today, most of the small hosting packages have no difference for both PHP and ASP.NET hosting. But the larger scale Windows Server hosting plans are still higher than Linux Hosting.

Advantages of .net

1. The code-behind allows you easier to maintain the code when it comes to large websites.

2. You have the freedom of choosing from multiple languages (C#, VB.NET, C++, etc.)

3. SQL Server is also very fast, secure, and it can store extremely large amounts of data; actually, there's no limit;

4. With ASP.NET you get the whole .NET Class Library and the thousands of third party components as well. There are definitely much more third party components out there for .NET than for PHP.

5. The Visual Studio .NET IDE. Makes coding much, much easier. It can highlight syntax, let you know when the wrong stuff is commented, do command completion, and just plain help you organize better. Visual Studio has a really nice debugger.

6. The Compiled Code (vs. PHP Interpreted Code) : .NET compiles code, such as C#, into what its creators have termed MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language).

7. In ASP.NET it's easy to use threads and builds asynchronous handlers in your server-side web code.